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  • Oh boy: an economist who predicted the 2008 crash thinks we're headed for a decade-long depression.
  • The lawyer for Tara Reade, the former Senate aide who has accused Joe Biden of sexual assault, said that he was no longer representing her, just two weeks after taking her on as a client.
  • A 25-year-old woman who works at a Sephora in Silicon Valley has been getting texts and calls meant for Elon Musk every day because she has his old phone number.
  • Former Gawker editors Cord Jefferson and Max Read are apparently developing a series about Gawker for AppleTV+, along with a group of writers that includes other former staffers.
  • Here's what the city sounds like now.
  • Vulture has a very good interview with Hong Chau that touches on the "controversy" around her Downsizing performance.
  • Here's a sobering look at what the future may hold for bars who are already struggling during the shutdown when things begin reopening: "Protocols already being readied in most states will limit indoor business to 50 percent of prior capacity — even down to 25 percent in some states — and restrict seating to safe distances of six feet. That would give me four lonely seats across the entire run of each of my bars... That is quite effectively a death sentence."
  • Teens are adopting vampire schedules during the pandemic.
  • Watch the enticing new trailer for Tenet, Christopher Nolan's next film.
  • Professional DJs offer some tips on how to throw an online dance party.
  • R.I.P. longtime Jazz coach and basketball player Jerry Sloan.
  • Indiewire snagged a rare interview with reclusive genius Shane Carruth, who said he is quitting filmmaking after one last project.
  • Listen to a pair of excellent new albums: Katie Von Schleicher's Consummation and Woods' Strange To Explain. Plus, listen to a cool new single from indie-rock experimentalists the Spirit Of The Beehive.
  • And finally, I'm not convinced dogs really have "favorite" movies, but I appreciate the effort that went into this costume: